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ADDITIONS AND.CORRECTIONS V 



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PIONEERS OF MASSACHUSETTS, 



1901. 



Thb work of Farmer, mentioned on page 3, 
was Issued in 1829 ; that of Dr. Savage, was 
given to the public in 1863. 

The first word of the quotation from Brad- 
ford on page 6 is " opprobriously." 

ABBOT, etc., Bdward, Tawton, atba. 1643; 
bound himself a covenant servant to Robert 
Nash, Bostou, for 2 years, Jon. 18, 1660. [A.J 

ADAMS, John, of Cencord [son of Henry, 
Sen., of Braintrce?], had power of attorney 
25(10)1649 for collection of rents for John 
Shepheard of Bralntree due upon lands lately 
In occupation of Jonathan Adams, living near 
Ballsbery, co. Somerset, Kug. [A.] 

Thomas, Chelmsford, d. July 26, 1688, te. 76. 
[Mdx. rec.] 

ADDIS, William, Gloucester; town officer, 
1641. Cli. Miliiceut (m. William Soulhmeade , 
Anne, (m. at Boston 24(9) 1652, Ambrose Dart;. 

ADFORD, Heury; June 29, 1651, is the date 
of baptism of the children. 

ALBEE, Benjamin; add children Hannah, barf.. 
16(6)1641, and Lydia, b. 14(2)1642. 

ALCOCK, Thomas, last line, flr3t - column, 
change 1634 to 1639. 

ALDEN ; " Mr. John Alden, the anticnt magi- 
strate of Plymouth, died Sept. 12, 1G87." [8.] 

ALLEY, Philip, Salem, called to court in 1645, 
Add : Philip, ship-master, was lost at sea: his 

widow m Pitts. Her nephew John Buudy 

petitioned May 31, 1671, for possession of ber 
house and land, clalndu^fiat-she'tiad ,-pmised 

the same to him whence married bis pracnT"""lffc*B 1 ><nioTj>U f I- '"'■""• goldsmith M tu, 

nt of bis i 
[Mass. Arch. 



AMEE, etc. John; By wife Martha he had In 
Boston ch. John b. March 12, 1653. Martha b. 
Nov. 10, 1655, William b. March 27. W67, 
Martha b. Feb. 29, 1659, Mary b. ' >ct. \0, 1661, 
Remembrance, (ion,) b. March 18, 16tJ». Rutli 
b. June 24, 16G6, Ju- b. 10^ lejjaj/KaKl , 

b. March 1, 167C John''' Amer^sulpwright. 
v, itU wife " Anne," moitg. house ami land :l 
Dec 1691 and gave deed of sale 13 Oct. 1693. 

ANDREW, ANDREWS, Samuel, died before 
Aug. 1, 14 Charles, whan bis widow reed, deed 
of 100 acres of land ou the West side of Saco 
river iu Maine, on which her husband formerly 
built a house, etc. ; continued by the selectmen 
of Saco 2G(4) 1654. [York Deeds.] She nia 
lied Arthur Mackworth : iu a deed 
Oeorge Felt, Jr., (who had married her second 
husband's dau. Phillippc . she mentions her 
son James Andrews and her dau. Purchaa. 
[Norf. co. Rec. IV, 75.] She -^JJj; Jftyitjj In 
167G; beq. to daus. Purcli:jgf^"'g ara | | 
Abraham Adams, Rcbej^.., \rltt 
Whorfe and William^,.,,.',.., (iu turn), and » 
fQUXth daughter, ua^ uot glvt;11 



rah, wife orv 
of Nathaniel •> 



ARMITAGE, Thomas, came with Richard 
Mather; settled at Plymouth; fnu. 7 March, 
1G3G-7. Rem. to Sandwich; deputy. 

APPLETON, Samuel; Lite, his birth was in 
1586. 

AHNni.D, Richard. Wionlalnimel he 

and admin, of his est. wat gr. s . to 

William Stitson. 

Thomas, " now supposed to be In New Low- 
land," m.-ntioned iu the will of his kinsman 



wife with the advice/and consent of 1 
and Mr. Alley, her first husband. 
B, 15, 31.] 



Irno 
son of William 



lA># egXLVIU :: ' 
ASET, see Hasey. 




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1V ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS 

BAKER, Ntthaalcl, mentions children »>f his 
brother .v/,-,.,/„,. 

Rlchojrtoi add child Elizabeth, b. Nov. 10, 
1C44^ ,n ,j u i, n vinal). 



BALLARD, Mr. William, add children, Eliza- 
beth, (in. at Chelm-ford Not. 11, 106*, William 
Blunt,, I.ydla. (m. 13 (fj 1674, Joseph Butter- 
llcld;. He d. 10 July, 1689. 

BALCH, John; hit son Freeborn testified in 
Placataqua court 10 Aug. 1667, aged 23 year-. 

BARROW, tee Burroughs. 

BATEiIAN, etc. John, sawyer. Bo-ton, resi- 
dent, re48. Wife Hannah adm. chh. 7 (3) 1648. 
, CU.Ut ":ti ,p. al«iut lo. \fiAi Hannah b. about 
(1) 1640, Elizabeth l>. about (8) 1047, all l>:i|>t. 
14 (3) 1648; Sarah bapt. 7 (8) 1649, ae. about 
-day-. Sarah b. 6 S) 1651 ttarhtl bapt. 1 (4) 
1661, Marj b. 1662, d. 1664, William b. 8 March. 
1055. Joseph 1). 21 Aug. 1668, Mary b. 8ept. 4, 
ICfiO. 

John B., of Boston, now resident in Hinghnm, 
made will Nov. 10, 1680, " being aged," prob. 
s.'j.t. 16, 1690. Her,, to eldest son William and 
l Joseftli if thej appear in N. E, to receive 
II ; to four laus. Elizabeth Arnold, Sarah Eells, 
Rachel Holman and Mary .lone-: to gr. ch. 
Samuel and Hannah Holman. Sons-in-law Sam- 
uel Eells of Hlng.and Isaac Jones of Bo. execs. 




BATE, BATES 

posed. 



Joane ('mrottr de- 



BIBBLE, Jota; hta wifeT&lbil, a dan. of John 
Tulcknell of Wedmore, ctr, Somerset, pave 
power of attorney 26 ! 1660, to ln-rbro. John 
T., of Wed., to collect legacy, left by her 
father \. 

BLACKLEACH, John ; his wife was a dau. of 
Robert Bacon, who lived sometime in Wap- 
plng, afterward m ar Cree church In London; 
certificate of her health made 4 (6) 1649t [A.] 

BRAS1ER. etc., Edward,, his wife Magdalen 
was adm. chh. Char. 9 ,0) I6S6; he was adm. 
29 (6) 10.'-. Ch. Thomas l>apt. 29 ,2) 1660, 
Abigail b. 1- Dec. 1664. 

niloWN. BROWNE, Nlr^fas martacTTsent 
power of attorney 24^fy 1640 for collection 
of rent- etc. at M n ,. tou Uuderhill [Blrtsmor- 
ton'r] co. Worce Aer r_ A -j 



Thomas, hu-bamlman, planter, Sudbury, one 
of the petitioners to whom the Gen. Court gave 
authority to begin that plantation 6 Sept. 1638. 
Rem. to Concord ; bought land 20(3) 1665, !» 
June, 1661, 3 (2) 1671,— "of Concord." I>au. 
Mary in. first William Woodhead, of Chelms- 
ford, whose conduct made it necessary for Mr. 
Browno to write two letters to the governor 
In Dec. 1670; he deposed at that time, aged 
about 61 years; his son Thomas. Jr., deposed 
at the same time, aged about 19 years. [Mdx. 
tiles.] Mary m. second. John Gove, of Cam- 
bridge. Thomas B., Sen. was a member of a 
committee to divide certain Concord property 
26 March, 167.".; [Mdx. Deeds]; but 2o Nov. 
1680, — " late of Concord, now of Cambridge." 
— he deeded his Concord lands to his son 
Thomas, Jr., and acknowledged the deed be- 
fore Randolph Dec. 6, 1G87. He filed on March 
11, 1681-2, a list of lands which he had given 
to his son Boa/, before the latler's marriage ; 
John Gove was one of the witnesses. The son 
Jabes, who remained in Sudbury until the 
founding of Stow, in which he joined with 
Boaz and others, deposed 6(2)166!!, aged about 
2."> years; he died in 1002; his widow and son 
Thomas had a Utter from Gove, who called her 
"my sister Brown," and offered to sign their 
administration bond, Sept. 20, 1692. 

Thomas B., Sen's, death is not recorded. 
Only one parson of the name Is mentioned in 
Camb. town and church records for this period ; 
fined for nominal offence with other- 9 (12) 
1666; town officer 1060, 1063 and 1608; adm. 
chh. May 18, 1666,— children bapt. as stated in 
text. Having given lands to his older children, 
>4t willed his remaining property to his second 
wife and their children. 

BVNDY. John, see Alley. 

BULLA RD. William, appoints " Sonnes Nath" 
Billiard & Moses Colliar cxecuto™" of his will. 

BtJLLOCKE, Edward, was son of " Mr. Wll- 
llum B-, late of Bnrkham in Berkshire." [Dep- 
osition of Elizabeth Clements 26 (5) 1040 A.] 

Bl'RToN, Edward; the record given uuder 
ThnniM y*4 ylonj a to Edward. Aug. 8, 1682, 
■-t&mjel Johnson, gfwver, of Boston, for his 
wife Phoebe, second \dau. of the late E. B. 
of Ilingham, sold her poYtion in certain lands, 
referring to Hannah, her* oldest sister, and 
Sarah the third dau. [Suff. D>. VI, 323]. 



ADDITION8 AND CORRECTIONS. 



BUTLER, Stephen, Boston, proprietor 164H. 
Cb. of Stephen and Jane : Benjamin b. 2 Aug. 
1653, Benjamin b. 10 Feb. 1638, Isaac b. Oct. 9, 
1661, Isaac b. May 29, 1664, James b. Aug. 2, 
1665, Isaac b. Aug. 10, 1667 ; Stephen and Tab- 
Itha bad Stephen b. April 22, MM. Stephen, 
blacksmith, died in 1717 ; his " mother Tabltha 
Butler" had certain articles that were her 
particular property reserved at the admin, of 
bis estate. 

BUTTON, Mathlas; erase from list of his 
children Thomas, Ellxabeth, Mehetabel and 
Edward, who were transferred In the records 
from the family of his son-in-law Edward 
Yeomans. He sued John Godfrey 13 (2) 1659, 
for " the flrelng of bis chimney, which caused 
the burning of my house and the death of my 
wife." [Es. Court flies.] 



CARTER, Richard; insert 
line, page 90, after 1641. 



He" in second 



CHAMBERLAIN, etc., Thomas; bis wife 
"Mary" sold land In 1658. [Mdx. Deeds]. 
William, planter; his wife Rebecca joined 
him lo a deed of land 26 Oct. 1668. 

CHENEY, William; second column, flrst and 
second lines should read: 
1679-80. She rem. to Boston; d. » or 3 (5) 
1686 ; will prob. Sept. 23, 1686. 

CHESTER, Leonard, " armiger," [grave- 
stone]. "The Chesters arms" mentioned In 
the will of his widow. See Russell below. 

CLEMENT, eta., Mr. Robert, resident in An- 
dover, 1642; his dau. "Mary Osgood alia* 
Clemence," deposed 19 July, 16*5, aged 6H 
years; was of Coventry, co. Warwick, before 
1652. [Es. De. X, 1*0; Reg. XIII, 272.] 



COBBET, Rev. 

[S.] 



Thomas, died Nov. 5, 1685. 



COLBORN, William; change "George" to 
John " Barrell." 



COLLIER, Thomas, with wife Jane ^au. of 
-CuPtes,late of Reading & Berks., coalV 
tuted her bro. John Curves attorney 21 run 
1649 for collection of ie g/ & y | eft by ner ^J 
mother, Jane Alexander, of R. [a.1 



I imomv 
i;-\ sold 
uglOsV^ 



COLLINS. 01iri>tophjijt.uAj>«f*-r.^«t!c:U with 
the ■ sbfc-jmaker " who bons;ht land atScarbo- 
ruu;;b, Maine, 10 Jan. 1659. His sou Timothy 
nmodbd to Newbury, and Dec. 2t<. M8 
laiuhit " Blew Point," i. «•• Scarborough? 
rived from his father Christopher tollius. 

COOK, Walter : children recorded : Ebenezer 
b. May 30, 1656, Walter 1.. Sept. lo, 1657. 
Nicholas b. Feb. !•, 1659; "a dau. of Walter 
and Experience Cook " b. Nov. 9, MM. Hannah 
ra. James Albee; Experience ni. Peter Adams. 

CURTIS, Richard; Insert after Mary Badcock 
another daughter, mentioned la his will. 
namely " Martha Clarke." 

DALLIBEll.ctc., Tristram: add: SeealsoUie 
will of Robert DalybaY (4 Stoke AI^JCT^eo-' 
man..!aUHl20 March, MM, prob. 27 May, 1633: 
he beq. to sons Robert, Tristram, Samuel and 
Joseph; daus. Mary, Sarah and Rebecca; sons 
In law Walter Burt and John Lesty : and to 
• wife." [Reg. XLV1I1, 128.] 

DANE, John; his sou John wrote a narrative 
of his early life, which, with family pedigree, 
is given In Reg. VIII, 147-1 5ii. 

DARBY, DERBY, Edward ; add children Mary 
b. Dec. 29, 1660, Prlscilla b. June 20, 1672. 
John and Sarah bapt. 8 (10) 1672. Is the tes- 
tator the same as the foregoing? Date of will 
should be 1723. 



DARLOE, Penelope, speclfle»Vas aruai.Uervant 
to Robert Kealne when adjjaflt ted to the Church. 

PAftViLL,?,?A'£i-.l*Crt . •• R 0bert D , Toll , 
of 8udbury, N. E." made Henry Bio* of Lon- 
don his attorney 19 (s) ic.-,o. to collect du. 
lands called the Harrols In the parish of \ 
church] alias Barkhamste.l in Hertfordshire 
[A.] 

DAVIS, D.W1K3, etc., James, Hamptou; it 
was the ton Jauut who deposed 14 
ae. about 60 years. 

William, Koxburv propr. I6M. Wife Eliza- 
beth adm. ch., and children John, Samuel and 
Joseph bapt 8(11 1649; she was burled May 
4, 165N; he mar. Oct. 21, 16M, Alice Thorpe. 
^flKjsJJg^'dow^Jobn, of ^'y™ 011 '''); ahe 
was adm. c'hh! Rox^V^ 1G68 ' dle>1 " 
1«67. He mar. third. .Iafe< who WA * * dm 



chh. 6 (4) 1673; he 



was adm 



ehh. " to full 



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ADDITIONS AND COKKECTIONS. 



communion^!] r.2\ 10Z3. Children, John b. 
Oct. i, \>J:., Saroael b. Feb. 21, 1644, wuiiam 
and BUsjtoelh bapt. 14 f4) 1663, Mathew bapt. 
-'4 v 1 1 19GS, Jonathan b. Feb. 7, 1666, Mary, 
•lay*-, Rachel 1). Aug. 26. 1672, — lliese llirc-e 
i>apt. is (3) 1673; lieujamlu bapt. 7 (4) 1674, 
Ichal.od b. April 1. 1676, Ebenezerb. April 9, 
1678, William b. Jan. 3, 1679-80, Sarah b. July 
20, 16* 1. I-aac b. April 18, 1689, Rachel, (ra. 
• !o>ia!i Goddard). 

Be died 'J Dec. 1888 ; [Probate papers] ; will 

dated Dec. 8, preb. Dec. 28, 1683; beq.towlfe 

called Jane in the papers); to his •■ three 

• sons, .T.ilin. Samuel and Joseph"; to 

ions Matthew and Jonathan, when they come 

i" ape; t-. .Ian. Elizabeth a trunk that was her 

mother's and a bill of 12 pounds. His age is 

icrvcn-ai C6_ve£Mj land specified in Rox. aud 

Boston. 

DEACON, alias FRANCIS, John, of Lynn, had 
accounts with Olfford in 1653 etc. [Es. files]. 
Is probably the man who came in 1635; cou- 
stable, juryman, sergeant. 

DEACON, DEAKIN, etc. -one Dakln and 
__his wife dwelling near Meailfi.nl coming from 
Cirnitofutgts where tliey had spent their Sab- 
bath," she narrowly, escaped drowning while 
fording the river; was saved by their dog. 
W.] Richard Francis, Cambridge, lived in 
_:_.!.! "20 Dec. 1665, when he and •• Ales " 
land, lie d. at t'nmb. "an 1111- 



lils wife sold 

tlent and goodmaiN ndeed '"— ■«■ SOyeare." [S. 

and Mds. U 

DENNIS, William, his will speaks of son lu 
law •• William Penh •" not Parker. 

Dl SCAN, Sathnuiel, mar. at Exeter, Eng., 
\:. zaheth Jordou ; license dated Jan. 3, 1616-7. 

DVER, Geor w e, his wife Abigail was a member 

,,i 11 imi' ii in earliest list— before 1639. 

Querj bad she died and had he mar. as a s< c- 
ond wife Martha, formerly wife of Edward 
White, and mother of James W., whom he 
calls In - "ill ■ son >" iaw " ? 

EAG1 ESF1ELD, Mary^j^; - gn£ 

anna. dau. of Thormyj^ Katharine (Myb-s) 
Grey, i>f iiar.vicl^; M ,, r^.] g ee Coytmore. 



EATON, Francis; read 
fant," etc. 



1 child Samuel, an in- 



ELIOT, etc. •• Philip Elliott, of Nasing, co 
Essex, husbandman, bachelor, aged about 22, 
and Elizabeth Sybthorpe, spinster, maiden, 
aged about 23, daughter of Robert Sybthorpe, 
deceased," were licensed to marry by the bishop 
of London Oct. 20, 1624, her widowed mother 
consenting. [Printed Rec] 

FARNHAM, Ralph; came In the year 1636 ; Am 
«o/i Ralph mar. Elizabeth Holt. The father d. 
8 Jau. 1692-3; inv. (lied March 29, 1693. 

FALCONER, FAULKNER, etc., Edmond; he 
made Win. Twlsse, of Andover, his attorney, 
2(6) 1650, to collect legacy from the estate of 
his father Richard Falconer, late of Klugs- 
cleare, co. Hampshire. [A.] 

FITCH, Richard, see Reg. XVI., 367. 

GETCHELL, Samuel, ch. Samuel b. 8. Feb. 
1657. 

GLOVER, Rev. Josse, came from Sutton, co. 
Essex, En;;. ; Ids windmill at Lynn was sold by 
trustees for the benefit of his children 22(3) 
1645. [Snff. De. I, 77.] 

GOOKIN, Daniel, at his death was "aged 75 
years. [Co. rec] 

GOULD, Samuel, Haverhill, propr. 1650. 

GREENOUGH, William. Boston, made will 
July 24, 1678; beq. to wife; to dau. Elizabeth 
land next that of " brother Cooke"; laud where 
kinsman William Greenough lives; and land 
bounded by that of "couxen Sumner; to dau. 
Mury G. and to " couzen William Greenough.'' 
Prob. 18 Feb. by Mrs. Elizabeth (;., who, as 
" Prout, late Greenough," tiled inv. 22 May, 
1686; as such she also reed property from the 
estate of •■ her father. Nicholas UpshaU." It 
was the nephew William who mar. Ruth Swift 
aud later mar. Elizabeth, dau. of elder Ralns- 
ford, whose records became intertwined with 
lh ".e of N iuV'pioY, u ' er - Children Mary. Anna, 
Luke, William, Joihn, Samuel aud Consider 
were of the younger\man, who died Aug. 6. 
169$. 



AUDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



VII 



HAIT. HETT, HCTT, etc , Thomas, of Hull, 
lute of Stocklngbam, co. Lincoln. Eng., sent 
power of attorney thither 10(7)1647, for col- 
lection of rents. [A] 

HALL, Edmund, should be HULL. 

HASEV. HALSEY, ASEY. etc., William, add 
child Joseph, baptized as " of ffni. Asev's 
wife." 28(4) 1657. William Hasey mar. second, 
Judith, widow of Jonathan Poole; she survived 
him and mar. afterwards Lieut. Robert Gould, 
of Hull, and there died in 1704. [See deed of 
Judith, in possession of heirs of the late Robert 
Gould.] The Judith mentioned in article on 
page 217 is the dau. of Richard Jacobs and 
wife of William II., Jr., on whose estate she 
admin, in inOJ. 



HARBOUR, John; see article on Benj. 
for marriage of the widow. 



Scott 



HEARD, HERD, etc., Luke, may be the son of 
Edmund Herd, weaver, of Cl&xton, Bag., who 
beq. his best loom and other things to Ids eldest 
son Luke, at 21 years of age, in his will of Nov. 
2(i, 1686. [Beg. LI., 423.] 

HILL, lUI.r.S, Joeeph; his wife Helen, not 

It , was sister of Mr. Henry Dunster. 

Zebulon, deposed Feb. 7, 1684-4, n.-. about 64 
years. [Es. De. IX, 8.] 

HILTON. William, Junior, is the Newbury 
resident, we judge; not William. Senior, Who 
made bis home at Plscataqua river. 

HOLT, Nichr.las, " dish-turner," with wife 
Martha. >ol.l land to his second son Henry 15 
Dec. 1681. Henry m. Feb. 34, 1688, Sarah, dan. 
of William Ballard. 

HULL, Rev. Joseph, removed to York, M*-. and 
was settled as their minister in 1648. [W.] He 
and Soger Oards measured laud for Mr. God- 
frey I May. 1644; lii> wife Agnes irltoessed s 
deed with him iii 1646. [York Deeds.] 

LNGALLS, see will of Robert [ngolls, of Skir- 
beck, co. Lincoln, Bng. In Beg. L., p, 72. 



KENDRK'K. KKNRICKE, John, Boston, had 
grant o""iaiir' *t >fa<tit--frTv#, Boston, for 4 
heads, p( 10) 1680. N'.B. This was erroneously 
copied; and printed in the Boston Recohd Coni- 
nilss'oners' volume as " Remlcke," arid fol- 
lowed by the compiler In former statement. .«., 

KIMBALL, Richard, died 22 Juue, 107J. 

KNIGHT. Alexander, married shortly before 
10 Oct. 1640, Anne, dan. of William Tatty, 
gent., of St. Stephens, Colroan street, London, 
Eng., who beq. to her In his will, prob. 9 Jan. 
1640. [Reg. XLVIII., 142.] 

John, Newbury, m. 2, Ann, widow of R. 
Ingersoll. John Jr. d. In Feb. 1677-8. 

LAW, William; erase statcmeut that his llrst 
wife was •• widow of Anthony Saddler." jvhjffer-, 
applies to her statefr 

LEWIS, John, of Tenterden and Sciluate; the 
christian name of Mr. Bishop, former husband 
of Alice, is not Nathaniel, and is not known to 
the writer. The date of the deed is 1668. 

LOBDELL, Nicholas, gave letter of attorney 
18 1)1648 for settlement of an account with 
Nathaniel Peck, of Barbadocs ; one bill dated 
4 Feb. 1036. [A] ^r- 

LoHD. p. •_>;i4, beading to tlrst column, should 

be LOWELL. 



LUXFOBD; 

Sept. I, 1691. 



goodwlfe Luiford 

[S.j 



LYON, etc.; change 



MAW IXC. William 
often confused In i 
William. Senior 




to Freegrace. 



father and son were 
sorts. Hannah, dan. of 
having a cn |M recorded al 
Bralntreeaa born In 1681, cannot be the child 
born at Cambridge In 1849. This Rannahand 
all the children registered 
William, Jr. 



at Camb. were of 



MANSFIELD. .: „;„ , )f _,,, |]n ^^ 

Held. Esq., dated 13, prob. 31 Jnh. 
corded in Wooilliull, 47. 



1601, re- 

M.\ I 



J.\i KSON, Richard; erase " Wm in last line 



Johnson. Francis 
Johnson," who died at 
" aged between 80 and 



M UtlON, MEKI IX, 



John, page r.- 

moved from Wttertowu to Boston; children 

- n ' ' PM* : " belong t.. ti. i- p, rson, via 

to i.e the ■■Ctii\j~ L i'h^}XX'\ : 2-' ^i»;;,i...ud Isaac b Jai 
■ton Feb », 1880-1, 1658. H. ■',;„^a\£tz&' y hn M -' r »"" 

of Bralotree [Eng.] huHa?™' fl IS lew 



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ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



to collect wlyjt was due htm from tin- estat.- of 
his fathcr/tsaac M.Tlate of Slc-M>\n, e.« Essex, 
Eng. 



theryia 

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MAVERICK. Ber. John, was rector of Bea- 
w*»rthy Aug. 80, 1615; resigned; his successor 
wa> Instituted March 24, 1629. [Reg. 44. 214] 

MAYIIEW, see MA HEW. 

MAYi l\V, Francis, of Chnrlestown, gent letter 
of attorney 22 (») 1660, to Mr. John Smith, 
minister, of Great Dnnmow In Essex. Bog., to 
collect logic; from the estate of John Clialre. 
late of London . [A.] 

MEBBITT, MKKRICK. John, mor. 3 (2) 1055. 
Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Wyborne, q. v. . 

MfLLL'TT, Thomas ; the surname was dropped 
out of the form: he therefore appear- under 
Miller! 

MOORE, John, Mcndon, signed a statement 
concerning a cow and provisions delivered to 
Capt. Henchman May I, 1676; was "about 95 
years old." [Arch. 70]. 

William, of Ipswich ; will dated 14 Aug., I(!60, 
prob. 2« Sept., 1671, beq. to dans. Mary Powell, 
Elizabeth More and Bath Robye and her eldest 
daughter; to sons Thomas, and (eldest) 
William. 

N'ICIIOLLS, not NICHOLAS, Elizabeth, came 

ODLIN, John, •Si 1 "-' of tMe first Inhabitants 
of Boston, the old.-' »«ve the governour : " 
[Scwall.] [Beg. VI, OT-] 

ORMSBY, Richard, removed to Behoboth. 

PADLEFOOTE, Jonathan, Cambridge, men- 
tioned in the inventory of Natli. Sparrow- 
hawke In 1047; he bought land in Camb. of 
Edward Wlnabip BO (8) 1649; sold his share 
in Rlllerlca lands In 1650; administration of 
his estate wbs granted 1 Oct. 1661, to his widow 
Mary for herself aud 4 small children. 

PARKER, John, Woburn; tot.fe Mary married 
third, Thomas Chamberlain. 

Kev. Thomas, Newbury; Lechford says he 
was son of " Robert Paring somt -iWW offFil- 
ton, co. Wilts, autlKyof p e Polltela Ecclcs- 
lastlca." [L.,PjJ.] 



PARTRICH, PARTRIDGE. George, tailor, 
Duxbnry, Juror 2 March, 1635-6; house-lot of 
30 acres granted him Oct. 6, 1630; mar. Sarah 
Tracy In Nov. 1038; lx>ught land XV Aug. 
1689 : had grant of land with meadow " by At* 
fnlher'*" 2 Nov. 1640; grant recorded previous 
was to Steven Tracy. N. B. this entry led the 
compiler to suppose that George was son of 
the minister, Rev. Ralph Partrich ; but later 
researches, made at the Instance of Mrs. Ed- 
ward C. Chat Held, lead to the conclusion that 
such was not the case, and leave the origin of 
George unknown. 

Atba. 1643; frm. 2 June, 1G4<; ; constable; 
took oath of fidelity In 1667; excise officer 
June 3, 1668; mentioned In list of "ancient 
freemen and servants" to whom land had been 
granted, before 1602; juror Dec. 0, 1073. 
Will dated 29 Juue, 1682, prob. 16 Oct. 1695, 
and inv. Hied same day. Beq. to wife Sarah; 
dan. Marcy to have as much as other daus. al- 
ready married have had; gr. dau. Bethla Allen, 
eldest son John P. and son James P. . "In 
case any estate belonging to me. beyonnd sea 
should be brought over heither," his wife 
should dispose of it among the children. 

PE AKE, William, in his will bequeaths to yraiid- 
rhildreu Dependance and Remembrance Luce. 

PERKINS, William, called " gent." In a deed 
of which abstract Is given by Lechford. 

PHILLIPS, William, Cuarlestown and Boston; 
lieutenant, captain, major. He made William 
Phillips, of Badlain, shoemaker, his attorney 
for collection of accounts lu Eng. 10 (12) 1048. 
[A.] Ills ton John died in Aug. 1057. Bought 
land at Saco, Me. and removed thither. Carried 
on a large amount of business In mills, trading 
and real estate. Returned to Bo. about 1070; 
died in 1682-3; will dated Feb., prob. 29 Sept. 
1683, beq. to wife Bridget, (who was third, 
not second wife,) sons Samuel and William, 
aud daus. Mary Felld and Elizabeth Alden. 

PICKERING, John, made Thomas Potter, of 
Childesmone, Eng. his attorney 25 (8) 1050, to 
take possession of a house In Coventry in his 
name. [A.] 

PINGREE, PENGBY, Aaron and Moses, of 
Ipsfflch', '.Y- £•> made Thomas Pengry, Sen., 
■of Colchester, Eng., their attorney for collect- 
ing of rents In Upton Bishop, co. Hereford, 
Eng. 15 (8) 1650. 



4 



ADDITIONS AXD CORRECTIONS. 



IX 



POLE, POOLS, "widow Jane dletl at River 
House In Boston Sept. 9, 1690." [8.] 

FKEXCK, Thomas; lusert comma after name 
<>f first daughter, Haunab. The f ollowiug 
heirs, directly or through their attornies, sold 
land of his estate June 10, 1676; Susanna 
Frenoe, single woman, at Catherine Gate neare 
the Tower in London; Capt. John Freeman In 
behalf of his wife Marcye: Jonathan Sparrow 
and his wire Hannah; Nicholas Snow and his 
wife Jane; Jeremiah Howes and Sarah his 
wife; John Tracy and Mary his wife; and the 
widow Mary Frence. 

FRINGE. Thomas, Gloc., deposed 27 (7) 1664, 
me. about 4i years. 

QUINSEY, QUINCY, Mr. Edmund, lauds 
bounded out in 1635. 

READ, etc., Robert, was lost in a vessel which 
saHed from Hampton, N. H., Oct. 90, 1657. 
Goods and lands appraised 29 (8) 1657 and fi (1) 
1657-8. 

William, of Boston and Woburn, the refer- 
ence concerning his will should read Keg. 
XLV1II, 881. 

READING. REDDING, Thomas, removed to 
East Saco, Maine, and afterward to Casco Day ; 
took oath of allegiance to Mass. govt. 5 July, 
1653. He died before 10 March, 1673, when his 
widow Elinor sold land, referring to a mort- 
gage he had given in 1672. John R. of Wey- 
mouth. Joseph Donell, of Casco Bay, wUh Ruth 
his wife, and John Taylor, of Boston, conveyed 
their rights in another tract which the %vfdow 
sold in n;*). [Tork Deeds.) 

REMICKK, John; error in copying and print- 
ing records of Boston for KENRICKE, q. v. . 

HEYXER, Rev. John, made wil! 19 April, 1608 ; 
prob. by widow Frances 30 June, 16G9; beo. 
to wife land at Glldersomc iu the parish of 
Batly, co. of York, Bog., etc.; to children 
John, Elizabeth, Dorothic, Abigail and Judith ; 
to sou Jachlm, of Kowly. aud dau. Hannah, 
wife to Job Lane, 'a cop I had with their 
mother," etc. 

REYNOLDS, William, rem ^71 t' ( rcape v i" r - 
poise, Me. ; took oath o/f allegiance 5 July- 
1653. Ferryman at Kenn/vbnnckc river, to have 



3 pence a passenger. With wife Alice deeded 
land to sou John^prit Jrv \<fi'>. oiulltiouul 
upon lil« care of the parents for their life-time. 

RICHMOND. Mr. John, a sea-captain trading 
on 'he coast of Maiue, sued In court at York 
Feb. 7, 1636, for wages due for labor perforated 
by a servant he had let out. Compare with the 
following. 

John, Senior, Taunton, died March SO, I68B- 
4. aged 70 years. Will dated 14 Dee. 1668 1 
eldest son John and his son ThoBMa; younger 
son Edward aud his son Edward; son In law 
William Panle and Mary his wife; son in law 
Edward Rcw ami Sarah his wife. Reg. VII. 
180.] 

HIDDLESDEN, Marie; her age was 17, not 
27, Iu ship list. _^-v>"- 



RIXU, widow Mary ; Insert In her will " daugh- 
ter Susan." 

BIZ, HICKS. REX, William, weaver, planter, 
sou of Robert, of Kenuiugh.-ill, CO. Norfolk, 
grocer, sold patrimony Ml tiii I »:4»>. to slater 
Elizabeth Waters, of K., widow. Contracted 
for the building of a house in Boston same 'lay. 
[L.] Wife Grace adiu. chli. 7 (1) 104<;. Cli. 
Elisha b. 6 (6) 1645, bapt. 8(1) 1648, Mary b. 
4 (1) 164*, Kzeklel b. 80 Xov. 166&, 1].' | . 
ltr.H, John, (adnata, on estates if bro. Ellsha 
and sister Mary Iu May, 1672.) Thomas, 1 part- 
ner with John R. and Andrew Newcomb in ■ 
house and laud iu Bo. 
Hed. 13(9) I6.-.7 

BOBBBT8, Ikigh, Bo*W£ atlm ,,,,, 
80, 1650; child - bapt. y£ , , ,,.-,, 
.John, KoxrAiry ; I'/f* record says: John 
Robert* he came to Rett England In the year.' 
(1686) he brought with him hi- alged mother, 
wife and seven children: Thomas a Edward 
sons Elizabeth. Margery. Jones, Alee, Lilian, 
Roth, Deborah, dnogntere. ha was ,„„•.. 

tlrst fruits 01 Wale, yi can,,- to N | 

Christ by the mini-try of y> Uevc.M « worthy 

lustrum 1 Mr. Wroth." 

The John Bobertt who died in Boston and 
whose adra. Is given on page 866 la a different 
person the brotlicrto whom reference 1, made 
Is Samuel Robin* of Salisbury, who died be- 
tween 1665 and '672. stating In hi, will that he 
waV •, j^h,^ ,,)l " 8 of Thldlngwo 

Leicestershire, Eng. * ' 



ADDITIONS AND COKKECTIONS. 



-V. 



We find ur> further particulars of the Rox- 
niry man/ the Heath .,[ d'is nattier is glvenon 
page hmt/. 

K< "BtNSON. John, Haverhill, gave a leUcr of 
attorney 11 (8) 1650, for ooUectton of IcRKy 
left by his father John Robinson, blacksmith, 
of MapersaR, co. Bedford. )A.] He removed 
to £xeter, X. H.; deposed 26 Jane, 1661, ae. 
abopl l." years. [Pise, court flics.] died In 
1675, Wife Elizabeth and son David survived. 

ROPES, Walter, resided at Hampton some- 
time: propr. in 1641; selectman; ifi4t; child 

Miry bapt. An-. 22. Hill; sold house in H',47 

and rem. to Topsflcld. 

ROYAL, William; it was Margaret Greene 

i.-ts '~e.':i'i wife of Samuel Cole, of 

Boston." 

RUSSELL, John. Cambridge, elerk of writs, 
1645, With John R. Jr. witnessed a deed of 

land 1 Nov. liun. [Col. rec.] disclaimed by 

certain eminent historians that he is the man 

who resided at Wethersfleld, Conn., and later at 

lladley, Mass., where his son John (grad. 

riarv. Coll. 1645), was minister. If this be 

i- • th Woburn man is a different person. 

[•he widow of the latter deposed 30 (8) ltlso. 

66 >'-:ir^. 

Richard, merchant, " formerly of Bristol, 

Eng." [A.] Ills widow Mary, widow of Leon- 

ii"i"TT,. -f' ■"' .made will 20 Nov. Hiss, pro!,, i let. 

i_ [68'j; !h.,|\'' < i. Capt. Jdhn and Stephen 

ex, of WetfcUFsneld, Conn.; to Dorcas, 

wife of Rev. S. WhflMng, of BUlerlca; the eh. 

of dec. dan. PrudenceX Rpssel), viz.. Thomas, 

Mary and Prudence If-: to Mary "my silver 
wlue cup marked M ' „" " and to Prudence my 
sih r plate with the Chesters arm- on it ": to 
sons in law lame- Rnssell and Capt. Richard 
Spra 

SALISBURY, SALSBERY, SALSBURY, 

SOLSBURY, William, Dorchester, 1648; one 

of the herdsmen of the town catne; rem to 

! agreement of Inhabitants about 

mage land Is May. 1664. He deposed 12 

.-. |. ae. about :;i years. . Vrch. 38 B, p. 

■ l ; May. Ho?. Susanna his widow was 

o rull com. in DorchjChhJ she was 

A. Ch. Wll- 
Stteabeth, Sns- 



Hill Com. Ill ix.reiij.euii. : - 

tils* 1 to Milton chh 

.11 G i.;\' v .. 



anna b. 21 (2) 10f,2; these four owned the cov- 
enant 1 (5) 1677; Samuel. Cornelins, Hannah 
and Joseph were bapt. same day. 

He died before 25 Aug. 1675, when adminis- 
tration was granted to the widow rshe d. about 
11 Nov. 1684, when her eldest son William "of 
Swansey " was made admin, of her estate 
and his father's. Signature to bond " William 
Salsbery." 

SANKEY, Robert, rem. to Saco, Me.; died 
before 1642. [York Deeds.] 

SAVAGE, BAVIDOE, Henry. Haverhill, 
propr. 1C44 : rem. to Portsmouth, N. II. 

SAUNDERS, Edward; one of this name was 
agent for ('apt. Francis Champernowne in New- 
Hampshire in H144. 

John, Ipswich, rem. to Hampton, N. H.. 
afterward to Wells, Me. 

SEDGWICK; Robert, mar. a dau. of Mr. Wil- 
liam and Dorothie Blake, of Andover, Eng. ; 
reed, a legacy from Jane, widow of Richard 
Blake, and another from Mrs. Martha Blake. 
6 (12) 1(150; paid out of the latter 3 pounds to 
Mrs. Dorothie Smith. [A.] 

SHAW, Abraham, towu officer before 1C40. 
propr. 1044; removed to Portsmouth, N. H. 

SHEI'AKD. etc. John, carpenter, of Braintree, 
with wife Margaret, dan. of Henry Squire, late 
of Kinwestou, near Somertoii, in Somerset- 
shire, gave letter of attorney 25 (10) 1«4'J to 
John Adams of Concord to receive dues for 

lauds lately in occupation of Jonathan Adams, 
living near Ballsberry, CO. Som. (A.) 

SHERMAN, see wills of English relations in 
Keg. L. and LI. 

SLEEPER, Thomas : the land which he bought 
of Lawson is proved by the bounds given to 
bi at Hampton. [Sun. Die. 1. 61.) 

SMITH, John, of Hampton, afterward of Nan- 
tucket, made will 14 Feb. 1670; beq. to sons 
John and Samuel all his land on Nantucket, 
thej i" pay to their sisters Deborah and Abi- 
gail 5p, iiiiul- anjece; land at " Martins Vine- 
yard " to~son PhiltCi not then in good health; 
wife Deborah executrix, and friends Mr. Tho- 
mas Mayhew and Thomas Macy overseers. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



XI 



STKWAKD, James, came In the Fortune to 
Plymouth in 1621 ; had land assigned in 1623. 

STILEMAN, Ellas, Sen. was licensed tau- 
keepcr at Salem 3 Sept. 1635. He transacted 
much business lu lumber etc. at Plscataqua. 
Sec letters in Es. court flies IX, 150-3. He d. 
before Nov. 7, 1662, when the Inv. of his estate 
was died ; his widow Judith sued Kiel). Hutch- 
inson In Nov. 1663 for her thirds In certain 
land which had been sold. " Damarls Mans- 
field the daughter of our brother Stileman," 
was baptized at Salem March 3D, 1668. [Keg. 
XXVIII, 206 and LI, 346.] 

Richard, rem. to Portsmouth, N. II. about 
1657; Jan. 1662, he deposed, B. 51 years. [Es. 
flies]. Ch. Mary h. Jan. 6, 1657 on. Nathaniel 
Fox), Elizabeth b. May 8. [1658] (m. John 
.Ionian), Richard b. March 20, 1667-8. 

Ikd. Oct. 11, 1678. 

STODDARD, Anthony, "the antlentest shop- 
keeper In town." [8.] 

STONE, John, fisherman, mariner, was from 
Chiilcocke, Dorset, and certificate of his health 
and that of Ids wife Joan m taken 25(10) 
1649. [A.] 

SWAYNE, Elisabeth, (|>. 442.) came in the 
" Susan and Ellen." 

SYMoNDS, SIMONS, Henry, «H one of the 

members of " the church which was gathered 
at Lynn for Long Island." [L., P. I).] 

TAYLOR, George, Lynn, made will Do-. 20, 
1665, prob. :'.! .March, 1668; beq. to wife Elisa- 
beth all except a legacy to servant Joseph Karr. 

TII.LIE. Tif.l.Y. the Boston midwife hero 
mentioned was Alice, wife of William. [Col. 

Bee. 11 May. 1647, and 2 and 4 May, 1648.] 

TINK1IAM. TIMTM. Epbralm, had a land 
grant at Plymouth. Resided at Duxbury in 
1647. 

Ti riT.i.i.. ittti.e, Richard i hi* widow m. 
2d. Mr. Edward Holyoke, ami sold property 

with liim 9 Sept. l«48. [SiitT. De. I. 148]. 



it, madefhfi wltrsi ".?)>■ ••Id tin 

•• 16BM He was a ion of -7,„ks" 



VASSALL, William 

1656, prob. IS June. it,..,/. Ml . „.„ 

John Vassall, gent., nurtnjer, captain and owner 

,,f -j ships in the neetjngalnat the Armada, by 



hlssecoiv,' wife, Anna.Rns>^r.',«n'cl cvas l>ornat 
Stepney, Mdx!, 4*7 Aug. 1592. He m. Anna, 
dau. of George Klnge, of Cold Norton, co. Es. ; 
mar. license June 9, 1613. 

VKAZIE, etc., William, Bralntree. made Henry" 
Newban, of Calcot In co. Rutland, and Eliza- 
beth Vcaiie his attornles 3(11)1649 to take 
possession for him of a house In Ctunley, co. 
Leic, now In possession of Edward Wallls. 
[A.] 

\TAIT, Gamaliel; Sewall, In recording his 
death at the age of 87, says that he had " lately- 
had several new necth." 

WARD, Samuel, Hingham, sold one eighth of 
the bark Sea Flower M Aug. 1649. [A! J _' — s 

WALKER, Robert, In mentioning his decease 
Sewall says — ■« a very good man." 

WAKE. WEAHE, WEYR. Nathaniel, Haver- 
hill, propr. 1645; dau. Hester in. 1(9)1(117 
Benjamin Sweet, of Newbury; Nathaniel [his 
son] b. about 1631, m. Dec. 3or:m. 1656, Eliza- 
beth, dan. of Richard Swain, of Hampton'; 
John, [his son?] d. at Newh. Oct. 12. 166* 

WEBB. Richard, "of Milton, near Sitting. 
Iionrne, co. Kent, cordwalner, bachelor 1 , about 
21, and Joan ashfohl, <>f Bronsct, maiden, 
about 18, daughter of Thomas t«iif,,h i , ls>" at 
the same parish. Jurat, deceased ',,,,,., j,, .•. 
government ..f her mother .)-„„ Ashfold, ai Is 
teatlfled bj bar son Thpjfnu Aahfleld." had 
license from the bishop ,, f Canterbury ,,, 
'•..any. Nov. 1:i, ibSo/to be at St. Man Bre- 

(lin's. canterbury. Klchard Webb and Vary 

Rowlett. of St. Martins. Cant, had llceu 
marry Dec. M, I6U. 

WHALE, Blltabeth, third wife of Philemon, 
was widow of Kngb Orlffln, •■ stated in the 
will of John Moore, Sen., who,,, wife Elisa- 
beth was evident ■ dan of Whale 

WHARTON, Edward, was sued in pfa* itaqoa 
court in I64S anri k;«4. Came to court 80 June, 
1668, to i)enr witness to the truth" as he 

said the jm'ge- ordered him placed In the 
sTocks" ,„.'.. tblu*te '" "** "" ,: '-" ,,H 

Quaker," and had hlinpaT lfr " m, T' ,tJ ' '" 

constable to Salem, •• bis luifr!""" 



Xll 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



WHEELWKTftMT, Rev, John; hi* ita. Mary 
m. 1, Edward Lloyd or Llde, 2, tbeodoie Atkin- 
son, j 

WHEELER, Joseph, Concord ; Elizabeth wag 
\!ue llrat wife and Sarah the second. 

Thomas, of Sandwich, co. Kent, Eng., 
bought land In Sandwich 30 March, 1647, of 
George Crlspe, of Pliiaoutb, planter. [A.] 

WHITCOMB, John, Sen., died 24 (7) 1662. 
Agreement was made 2 Oct. 1GC2, between the 
heirs, namely the widow, Frances, and child- 
ren John, Jonathan, Job, Josiah, Abigail and 
Mary. The widow died 17 (8) 1671. It was 
Johu, Jr., who died April 6, 1683. 

WHIPPLE, elder John, Sen., deposed 28 March, 
1660, a:, about 60 years. [Es. tiles.] 

WHITE, John, of Muddy River, deposed 8 
June, 1676, aged " Sixty od years." (Arch. 
106,211.] 

WHITING, Rer. Samuel, was born 20 Nov. 
1697. 

WH1TTAKER, WHITHARE, etc., Abraham 
" Whlthare," of Manchester, deposed 24 (9) 
1663; was " about threescore years old"; his 
wife Mary also deposed, s. about 30 years. A. 
" Whlttlker," of Haverhill, with wife Eliza- 



beth, ae. about 29 years, deposed 27 (4) 1664 
about what John Godfrey said In his house; 
sold land 2 Sept. 1671. which he had bought 
of his lather In law, William Simmons; wife 
Elizabeth consented. 

WILLIAMS, Rev. Roger, was re-baptized at 
Providence by Holyman in 1637, after which he 
re-baptized Holyman and ten others. [W.] 

WISWALL, John, " elder, died Aug. 16, 1687, 
a:. 86." [S.] 

WOODBRIDGE, Rev. John, "died March 17, 
1694-5, m. 80." [S.] 

WRIGHT, Edward, deposed In April, 1669, B. 
about 34 years. [Mdx. flies.] 

WYBORNE, Thomas ; in his will Insert daugh- 
ter Elizabeth Merritt and her dau. Deborah ; 
sons Thomas and James W. executors. 

YEOMANS, Edward, resident at Haverhill In 
1652 ; child Edward b. 6 May, 1657. Elizabeth 
Yeomans, widow, roar. 9 May, 1662 [1663?], 
Edward Kllby. Children of Edward Yeomans 
b. In Haverhill, Mary b. 4 (11) 1C53, Thomas b. 
6 (9) 1657, Elizabeth b. 10 June, 1659, Edward 
b. 6 Feb. 1663. [Es. co. flies.] Erroneously 
placed In list of Matthias Button's children In 
the text. 



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The references to A, B. C, etc., are to divisions of the Additions and Corrections ; A extends 
to Brasler, B to Cook, C to Eliot, D to Lyon, E U> Rix, F to Shaw, G to Veazle, H to Yeomans. 



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Abbotsason, ... 376 
Abbotsuam, ... 823 
Abutlev. . . • • -'•-' 

Acadia '-"•'- 

Aeanieutlcns, Accomen- 

tlcus. 239, 331,390,457 
Agmouilsham, . • 848 
Alderman Bury, 120, 298 

Aldredge 616 

Alfor.1, 166, 176,841 



INDEX TO PLACES OUTSIDE; OF THE STATE 



Bishops Stortford. 



Blteswell, . 

Black Point, 
Blackwall, 
Block Island, 



120. 
187 
189 

*:>■■ 
193 



Ca|H»- 



>rpols«, Porpua, 

888,816, F. 

Cerrlck Fergus. ■ *69 

,Bav, 110, 103, 393, 

474. F. 



333, 



Amesbury 
Anckstrcy, 
Andover, . 
Appley, 
A quid neck, 
Arnold, . ■ 
Ashford, . . 
Ashton Clinton, 
Asalngton, . 
Attlebory, 



89, 208 

. 4»3 

,-.12, F. 

... 82 

143, 413, 4»5 

. . . 489 

. . 8S, 431 

66 

225, 390 

. 441 



Blyborough, 
Boddlngton, 

Borani, Boreham, 68, 202. 

211 

Borsconge, . . . ISO 

Boston, 6, 19, 59. 07. B8, 

107, 119, 180, 241. 2*4. 

194, 514 



888,886, Caetle Bromwleh, • 616 

499 ('avcn.li-.lL, . . . 801 

Careraaain, . . . 397 

Cbaddlewood, . . 424 

(lialfont St. dies, 898 
Channlngton, . • 



148 



Bow, . . . 

Box ford. . . 

Boxatead, . . 
Braddcnhnm, 

Braiiktry, . . 

Branton, . ll 

Braiutrcc. . . 
Brcnzit. 



Ansterlleld, . • • 88 

Axiuoutli 367 

Ayleaford, • • • 884 

Badgden 170 

Baddow, 73, 130,215, 876 
Badlam, .... B. 
Bahama. .... 279 
llallsbciv, . . • A, <i. 

Banbury 480 

Bannstock, . . . 888 
Barbados, 17, 42, 4ii, 88, 

101, 118, 184, 188,811, 

168, 808, 817, 884, 841, ' Brlnaplttal 
849, 875, i".",, 467, Bristol, 2o, 



69, -Ml 

. 402 
, . 242 
. . 34 
. . 801 

. . B. 
G 



Chatham, ... 
Chataum, . . 
Chelmsford, 

Chester, 

Cheethunt, 

Chew Magna, 

Chichester, 

Chlekpell, . . 

Chidcocke, 

ChUdesmona, 

Chlttlngton, 

Cholderton, 



BranntoD, .... 16 Clncenshler, 



Bray 

Brcdport, 

Brencsley, . . . 870 

Brentwood, . • ■ 109 

Bridgend, . . . . 158 

Brldgham, . , • *50 

Brldhemsou, • ■ ■ 18* 
i Brldport,48, 130, 117, 165 

I RvlnMlHal ... 98 

55, 79, 111. 



181, 220 Clapton, 

237 Chiton. 



Claybrooke, . 
Claxtoa, • • 
Clement's Inn, 
CUObrd'a Inn, 
Clladoa, . ■ 
Coggeshall, . 
Colby, • • • 

Colchester, 111 



469, 47o, 504, I). 
Barford, . . . . 512 

Barliam B. 

Barnstable, Barnstaple, 
16, its, 171, 806, 168 
Barncstotic, . . . 186 
Berrlngham, , • • 489 

Barrow, . . . . 2 7:! 
Barrow Upton, . , 

Berwick 881 

Baaing, .... 177 
liarkhamstead, . . C. 

Batly, F. 

Batcome, 10,33,350,380, 
4C, 
Beaconsflcld. . 248, 270 
Beauworthy, . . E. 
Beckingshall, . . 

Bedfordshire, 22.), 
Bedtial Green, . . 
Belcham, .... 365 

Belleaw 491 

Beiiecar Hall, . . 98 
Kerkhamstcad, . . 129 
Bermondsev, . . . 59 
Bermuda, " 258, 353. 861 
Bewers Hamlet, . 351 
Bicester 441 

Blddeford, Bythefoerd, 

19, B 



188, 142. 168, 831, 206, 
274. 2;:.. 806, 807, 818, 
::;15, 368, 896, 430, 421, 
468, 475, 486, F. 



.-.07 
. . 2:'.li 
. . 22 
. . 8!9 
. . 110 
. . 417 

. . 146 

. . F. 

. . E. 

. . 98 

. . 332 
..81 i 

. . 429 

. . ,-,1 :. 
. . 889 
. . I). 
. . 869 
. . 881 
. . 252 
. . 889 
. . 14 
258, 42s, 
E. 
. . 0. 
. . 8S8 



Dorer, 6,25,881,504 

866, .V7i. 
:)7'.', 886, 464 

Downs * sl 

Downe, The, . ■ '•'" 
Downtan, . • 186, 899 
Droltwlch, . • ■ 607 
Dublin, 97,898, 422. 514 

lhirlll :;: ' 1 

Dunhead 1'-" 

DunsUble, 890, 896, tti 

Dunstall '- ,,;: ' 

Diiraml W9 

Baria'Colu, - .818,411 
Bastbampton, 
Bast Mersey, 
Eastward, 25:' 



BantweU, • 
Eaton Bray 
Eckton, . 
Edinburgh, 
Egerton, 
Ell-Tlsley, 
Blalng, . . 
England, 8, 

27. to. 41 



. . 47S 

851 ■:*" 
816, 876 

. . -1 

. . 241 
. . 866 

. . 112 
. . 898 
. . 137 
. . 868 
13,88.84, 
44,4'., 47. 



Brixham 1" 

Broadway, 234. 888, 866 

Bromfleld, ... 

Bromley, • • 

Broughton, . 

Bucklntun, • 

Budlelgh, . . 

Buera St. Mary, 

Burchen Lane, 

Burdport, . . 

Bores Isle, 

Burfonl 441 

Burnley 161 

. Burrough Green, . 324 
252 Burvlld, [Biirghllold?J 
414 423 

Bury 305 

BurvSt. Bdmnnda, 23, 78, 
84, B27, H8, 60S 

Calcot. .- . -. » . t 







116, 881 

167, 889, 

417, 444, 188, 

490, 491, 4'.it 

Canada 81 



Cold Norton 
Colllton, . 

Combe Bt. Nicholas, 177, 
45* 

Connecticut, 15, 181, 166, 

165, 181, I 

<vrk, -. , . .-< i 

therstoek, . . . Ill 
Corentry,37,69, 185, 131, 
J07, B. 
Cowes 

Cranbrook, 49, 151. 172, 

488, 4 •-» 2 

Crawaton, . . • 4;io 

Crewkeraa, ... 37 

Croydea 178 

Cullltoa 118 

Cumley O. 

Danes llalle, . . . 807 

Darkln 

Dartmouth. . . , 
Dedham, 1.'. 88, 100. 118, 

171,889,418,413,487,606 Esslngton, 



49. 5 1 

73. 78. 80-8, 90. 93. 95, 

■•. \jxr, 

109, 111. rl3, ir.. I 16, 
125. 181, 187, 139, 111. 
148, 148, 168, 169, 177, 
190, 193 6, 
810, 2ls, 819, 
227. MS^SSfti 
240, :•('.. 
19, 257, 261, 
267, 271. 874, 



189, 
806, 

222. 
237. 
846 

21;.-,. 
879, 



204. 
881, 

230. 
2I.V 

27.'.. 



93 



IS 
118 
878 

2.-, 4 
166 
878 



Blllerica, . . 808, 396 , Cannons .\>hl.y. . 180 

BUsby, 491 1 Canterbury, 6,36,187,166, 

Birmingham, . 350, 853 208, 259, 432, 444, G. 

Blsuopstocke, . 24, 146 ' Cape Fear, . . 132, lt;i 



"Delft, . 
Dcptford, Dertford 



988, 287, 888, 898, 
• .11. 
818, 816 388, 

885, 886, 

33'.'. 848 -350, 856, 
868, 365, 371, 378, 875, 
876, B77, 884 

107, 
4o:'. 4 lo, 111,414, 423, 
488, 442. 458, 455, 460. 
469, 47o. 471, 47s, 4s0. 
488, 411;, 1- .. WO, 498, 
4:i4, t'.i7, 500, 501, 608, 
609, 516, 617, D. 
Bpperaton, • ■ 

Erl.y 876 

Brlcscotne (aee Barl'a > 

x 206 

. . 600 
. . Ill 
. . 172 



Derby, . 
Dei 

Dei 

Din.ler, 
Dorchester, 7.:. 



101, 
886 

. 119 
39, 48 
. 807 
. 263 

88, 172 



183, 334, 389 






.*etcr. 88, 57, 90, 108, 
■ "\ 154, 160, 171, ls7. 

'*"»"02. 261, 2( 

'"' tlk 881, 888, 878, 

807, 32Kiii 479, 481, 

380. 480, ... 

605, llVCTK. 
Falmouth, . . Htt. 38** 
Farmlngton, SI, 15, 888 



"' 



XIV 

Favcrsham, 
Fayall, . . 
FeiichurcV 

Filton,/ . 



X 



C8, 87, 897 
. 181 

. n 

. 280 

68 

26, 506 

. 428 



106 



FlotatfT, 

r Misiiinir, . . 

Fordlngton, . 

Fowy, . . . 
Framlingham, 

France, . . 

Freston, . . 

l-'risby, . . . 
Frlttenden, . 
Fulliam Palace, 

Galway 222 

Gamscolne, . . . 216 
Geneva, .... 469 
Olldertcome, . 379, E. 
Glllingham, . . . 379 
Gloucester, 170, 20G, 2:52. 

233 



356 
180 

. 469 
. 2*5 
. 278 
47, 75 
. 63 



'7.1 



Goldlngton, 

Gonsham, 
Gorscana, . . 
Gorlstone, 
Gravesend, . 
Great Baddow, 
Great Bowden, . 
Great Coggeshall, 
Great Comberton, 
Great Dunmow, 
Great MlaeDden, 
Great Ormesby, 

ii Yarmouth, 139,283 
293, 825,417, 460,501,518 



PLACE INDEX. 

' r r ^ 

HartfonTshlre, . . 95 : Llllford 877 i 

Harwlch,43,12l, 180, 332, Lincoln, . . . 53,79 

C. I Lincolnshire, 64, 212, 320 

SI Line House, ... 72 

OW, . . 239 : 



~. ...... '»ii™iii, 

Hasted, . . . v-. 47S Line House, 
Haverhill, . . 33oyi47 | Little Baddo 



Heddon, . 208, 411. 502 

Henhorough, . . 208 

Heron (Herrn) Hill, 14, 

259 

Hertford 19G 

Hetcorne, •. . . 47, 75 

Minilerclay, ... 90 

Bingham, 89, 41, 76, 99, 

116, 117, 126. 161, 171, 

185, 255, 286, 313,318, 

351, 363, 417, 464 

Hobllng 64 

Holden 68 

Holland, . . 31, 56, 131 
Hooke Norton, . . 495 
Horncastle, . . . 176 
Roruinger, ... 81 
46, 433, 434 j Horblngferth, . . 327 
. . 28, 225 I Horrell 337 



Great Yeldham, 
Grey's Inn, 
Groton, . 
Guilford, . 

Utffisiil 

• Guinea, 

Hackney, • 
Haddam, 
Ha. .en Hall, 
Hadley, 



468 ; Horsemondeo, . . 498 

197, 316 I Hoxtoi 367 

Hull 326 

llmulon 185 

Huntington, ... 18 

Huntwlck, ... 398 

Ipswich, 144, 173,348,438 

Ireland, 12, 26, 33, 115, 

281, 296, 411, 466 

Isllngtoi 208 

Jamaica, . 186, 406, 433 

1 IS Kennebeck, 14, 16, 64, 86, 

268 111, 117, 338, 383, 401, 

144,508 ' 448,499 

. 392 Kemiebnnk. . . . F. 

43 Ketincbunkport, sec Cape 

268, 420 Porpoise, . . . 868 



338, 472 
. 319 
890 
451 
E. 
277 
312 



Little Bowden, . . 117 
Little Byttium, . . 425 
Little Haunden, . 277 
Little Mlnories, 455, 495 
Little Waldingfleld, 20, 

London, 6, 16, 18, 24*, 31, 
32,36, 38,42,43,44,48, 
60,52,54,65,57,60,62, 
68. 69, 71,82,83,89,95, 
102, 109, 112, 115, 116, 
121, 122, 181, 142, 144, 
146, 148, 150, 151, 157, 
159, 160, 162, 163, 164, 
170, 171, 174, 176, 176, 
178, 184, 189, 190, 193, 
194, 197, 198, 202, 207, 
20S, 213, 215, 216, 221, 
888, 234, 239, 245, 249, 
253, 256, 260, 264, 282, i 
295, 296. 298, 306, 809, I 
317, 319, 324, 325, 327, 
328, 331, 332, 334, 338, 
339, 340, 342, 344, 353, 
884, 866, 364, 366, 367, 
372, 374, 379, 393, 398, 
404, 406, 416, 418,422, 
424, 427, 437, 438, 441, 
443, 44.3, 448, 451, 457, 
461), 461, 463, 466, 467, 
470, 484, 486, 498, 499, 
600 502, 503, 604, 518,, 
A, C. 1), E. 

Long Island, 18,51,316, 

860, 4:,7, 474, 517, G. 

Long Sutton, . . 369 

Lowton, .... 305 



Milton, . 125, 367, G. 




491 


Monhcgan, . . . 


137 


Monks Ely, . . . 


20 


Monksoon, . . . 


258 


Moulsham, . . . 


889 


Much Yeldham, 


445 


Moreton Underbill, 


A. 


Mumby .... 


491 


Naslng, Nazing, 126, 


153, 


196, 348, 354, 394, 1 


Navcstock, . . . 


110 


Nayland, Naylonde, 


253, 




843 


Needham, Needara, 


265 


Needham Market, . 


256 


Nevis, ..... 


378 




860 


New Buckham, 391 


419 


Newbury, 16, 106, 344 


,512 


Newcastle, 127, 128, 


434, 


486 


502 


Newcastle on Tyne, 


96, 


158, 233 


415 


Newfoundland, 87, 


300, 



. 136 Kcnninghall, . . 188, E 

14, 16 Kent,. 98,198,434,498 Lydd 38 

. 420 Kenton 3112 Lynn, .... 13, 134 

199, 2"*- I Kersv, 4o;t Machlas 16 

31, 71, 438, 

488 

258, 376, F. 

... 11 



162, I). 
. 203 Maine, 
62 Malaga, 



lladloe' .... 3llpKikat.it >84 Maidstone, 

Hague,' '. . . • 506 Klngscleare, 
Halifax, 23, 160, 313, 1 1". Klnttlynne, 
.".hi Kingston, . 
Halstcad, 888,289,348 Klngsvreare 
Ham • • • 1 ''~ Kl nwe8 V>u. 

Hammersmith, . • 182 Klrkby, 
Hampstcad, . • 16, C. lottery 871, 457, B. D. 
Harapsworth, . ■ ''■' Konlngben, . 
Hampton, 17, 25, 28,67, Lancashire, 



408 
G. 

450 



Ma! len.Mauldon, 76, 230 
389, 393 



7;:. 84,95, 101, H>3, 107. 
Ill, 121-4, 189, 148, 
158, 165, 178, 179, 183, 
190, 198, 199, 208, 226, 

229, 24.:. 249, 302, 821, 
;i"2 324, 333. 339, 342, 
354, 857, 883, B99, 400, Lee, ■ 
408, 406, 417. 421.4311. I.i ' 
441, 463, 478,491, C 



. 457 

Landen, ... 201 
Lanford, 149,^08,328,899 



Langenltb, 
Langbam, . 
Lanbam, . 
Lavenham, 



Malford, . 

Manchester, 

M audi Held 

Atanhatos, 

Mapersall, 

Maralslev, 



74, 513 
475 
206 
894 
F. 
430 



60 

. . 491 

. . 340 

210, 335 

. . 248 



Marlleld 239 

Marlborough, . 84, 120, 
133, 157, 159, 320, 321, 
343, 475 
243 
95 



F 5 



Hampton Court, ^ ll - 
llaiibury. . . • ™ 2 
Harliston,. • ■ 606 

«4, 107, 113, 125, 142, 

l-»2 207, 231, 239. 247, 

265, 285, 848,407, 481, 

437, 474, 486, 492, 512 



,,,ieester 

Lelgbton . • • • 
Lemlngton Priors, . 

Leverton 

Lewes, . • • ■ • 
T evden, 6, 8, 16, 37 
• 3 67. 73, 90. 127, 136, 
178, 189, 258, 305, 321, 
366, 387, 415, 455 460, 



\ 175 
\491 



Marston, 
805 Mawlyn, 
268 Mawthorp 

12 Melchltt Parke, 
494 Merrimack. . »9, 4S» 

Mersey 

Middleborougb, 

Middlesex, . 

Mllcomb, . . 

Mlldenball 



410 

New Hampshire, . 150, 

435, F. 

New Haven, 12, 16, 65, 

61, 95, 131, 239, 256, 

276, 289, 294, 802,, 320, 

348, 405, 412, 454, 462, 

496, 512 

New Jersey, . . . 169 

New London, 55, 76, 315, 

426 

Newport, 67, 127, 113, 

168, 284, 500 

New Sarum, ... 46 

Newton Ferrers, . 297 

Newton Stacy, 446, 475 

New York, ... 308 

Norchurch, . . . 131 

Norfolk 357 

Northam, .... 87 

Northbourn, . . 402 

North Stiiiiehani. . 146 

Northampton, . 10, 119, 

145, 150, 227, 234, 440, 

440 

Northamptonshire, 486 

Northumberland, . 237, 

415 

North Yarmouth, . 163, 

393 

Norwalk 289 

Norwich, . 6, 15, 17, 25, 

28, 83, 140, 141, 184, 

199, 280, 294, 312, 468, 

476 

Nottingham, . 200, 489 

Nottinghamshire, . 114, 

169, 489 

Odell 78 

Oluey, 117, 162, 178, 347 



184 
86, 



464,493lMllford, 



442 

204 

. . 165 

. . 345 

66, 70, 298 



Orcuyard, 
Oreutum, . 
Orrasby, . 
Ormesticke, 
Oyster Bay, 
Oyster River, 



Oxford, 



26, 64, 106, 305, 
307, 333, 469 



330 

. 13 

143, 321 

. 430 

18, 286 

81, 231 



PLACE INDEX. 



Parham 438 

Patcham 210 

Pataxet, . . . 17. 110 
lVbmershe, . . . 167 
Peinaqnhl, 108, 196. 274, 
396 
Penobscot, ... 276 
Penton, . 84, 40, 46, 54. 
833 

lV<|iiot 266 

Philadelphia. . . 383 

Pi scat aqua, Pcscataquack 

etc., 14, 76,77,91, 109, 

M8, 246, 274, 280, 285, 

:)24, 343, 373, 408, 451, 

479, 499, D.li. 

Pitminster, ... 35 

Platfonl 392 

Plimpton, St. Mary, 424 

Plymouth, 100, 112, 185, 

307 

Portsmouth, (aee also 

Strawberry Bank.) 23, 

20, 68. 353, 477, 503, O. 

Portugal 175 

Preston 20 

Providence, 9, 21,22, 43, 

66, 88. 171, 175, M0, 

471, 474, 491, 497, 501, 

II. 

Pulliam, Mary, . . 6 

Putnam. .... 66 

(Jiiiiii|ia'un, ... 71 

Qnineplak, , . . 376 

Qnomscooke, aee Squam- 

Kcot 245 

Bagwell 32 

Kalnhill 189 

Raleigl 344 

KatcllflV 197 

Rattlesden, . 269, 404 

Kattllffe 264 

Raylelgh 89 

Reaildlng, Reading, Red- 
ding, 108, 261', 278, II- 

Redgrave. ... 81 

Kevdon 20 

Rhode Island, 22, 40, 53, 
58, 88, 108, 175, 194, 
886, 247, 860, 840, 347, 
370, 371, 421, 463, 465, 
478, 479, 180, 481 

487, 601 

Rlekmuaworth, 277 

Rotht-rhitli, . . . 378 

Rowley 

Bomaey, . 48, i.v 

178, 424 
Rotterdam, 16, 868, 889, 

Royato 890 

Boddlogton, ... 56 

Hum.st-v 844 

Baco, ' . . 868, a , F. 
St. Albans, St. Albons, 

19, 88,99, 163, 188, 199, 

206, 320. .135. : 

401, 488, 487, 816 
St. notolph Ahlgate, 198 
St. James. . . . 1U7 
St. Katbl rim's, . . Jo 

si. Lawrence, . . 7- 
St. Martina, ... 18 

St. Mary Whilcchapel M 



Saffron Waldon, . 316 
Salcombe Regis, 100,485 
Salisbury, 38, 39, 143, 
(88, 489 
Sallv 173 

Banderstead, . . 28 
Sandwich, 25,26, 47, 81. 

87, 109, 111. 122, 127, 
161,219, 263, 305, 387, 
360, 422,506, II. 
Sarum. 38, 86, 449 

Saybrook, 231,345 

Scarborough . . . B. 
Scrooby, 6, 88, 67, 887 
Scabrook, . . 351, 379 
Seaside, .... 354 

Beaton 477 

Bogota*, Segoteu . 358 

Semley 191 

Seinprlngham, 260, 416 



Surinam, 
Sutton, 



Sliadwcll, 
Shasbury, . . 
Shaston, . . 
Shelter Island, 
Sherllelil, . . 
Shot ley. . . 
Shrewsbury, . 
Shroppnm, 
Sidbury, . . 
Silferton. . . 
Simboroiigh. 
Simstuly, . . 
Slttlugbourne, 
Sklrbeck, . . 
Skratley. . . 
Slymbridge . 
Somerset, . . 
Somerton, 
Bonthertowne, 



207, 



48 
191 

271 
. . 147 
. . 478 
439, 489 
. 76, 879 
. . 423 



Southampton, 
117, 119. 169, 
904, 272, 333, 



. . 418 

. . 479 

. . 349 

. . 209 

. . (J. 

. 494, I). 

. . 91 

. . 191 
247, 611 

. . a. 

201, 342, 

343, 49(i 

6. 19, 61, 

171'. 199, 

860, 402, 

480, 485 

Southold. 106, 114, 1 19, 

227,232, 961, 4o:,. 501! 

Sonthwark, Bonthworth, 

89,77, 94, 199, 126, 166, 

216, 919, 232. 27.2. 316, 

881, 888, 4m;, 4 1 i> , 424. 

4 s9 

BonthwoM, . . . He 
Bowerby 100 

Spain. . . 222, L'72 

Bpronghton, . . . 17.1 

Staines |».-, 

Stamford, Stanford. 18 
348, 353. 4o4 

Btannaway, . . . 110 
Btanton 619 

Staph- Iff] 

eton, . . . 908 
Btarford, Stanford, 116, 

Stebbln. . . "j, 

Btcpne . 48. no. 119, 
171/205. 998, 2:17. 841, 
/ MS, O. 

stock inghniii. . . p. 
ptoke Abbot, 198, 166, C. 
Btoke Clare, . . . ggg 
stoke Nayland, . . 4.14 
Btondon ataasey ijg 



Stone 189 

Stonlngton.i^^ . . 843 

Stratford, J Ts^W^ 246, 

478 

Stratford af Row . 889 

I'tUrawbun^ Bank (aee al- 

a& Portsmouth ) , 26, 83, 

843, 404 

Sturtle 130 

Strowde .... 159 
Sudburv, 117, 166, 201, 
906, 222. 291, 394, 604 
... 72 
102, 110, 121, 
332, 347, D. 
Sutton Mandifleld, 382 
Sutton Mansfield, . 64 
Bwampacot, Swarnscot, 

181, 246. 272, 398 

Swanzey 18 

Swyer 237 

Tarling, Terling. .211 
212. 465,486 

Taunton 380 

Tenterden, 24,. 65. 281, 
• • 27X, 286, 454,517, I). 
Tcwksbury, . . . 

Thetford 

Thidingworth, . . 
Thornbury. . . . 
Thorsthorp, . . . 
Tiehinersh. . . 

Timhy 

Tinckletcn, . . . 
Tinmouth Castle, , 
Titctldell 

Titherly 

Tiverton, .... 

Tolland 514 

Topcraft 178 

Towoaatar, . 196, 1 1 1 

Town Marrollng, . 180 

Toxteth, Toxteth Park. 

22, 906, 421 

Triug 

Truro, 

Tunbrldge, . . 
Upton BUM?, . . 

I'lAWn (iray. . 204 

I pton on Seavern, . 

rjpway 

Ux bridge, . . 270 

Venn Ottery, 100 11 

4 si; 

Virginia, .">2. 7.;. si 
149, 160, I 
966, 976, -- 
314. 32" i:,7. 17- 



131 

94 

F. 

450 

168 

981 

23 

428 

164 

248 

4 S3 

108 



443 

43o 

. 446 

198 



Walderswtok, . . 

Wales W.-M|, |, ; 

Wan. -Mitt 

Wapplm 94 
222. :••'•• "i. SMI, 



Watfonl. 



Watton Underwood, 

•read. 

Waybill, . . . 

Waynetlete Si Mm 
Wedmore. 

Welllngborow, . . 



118, 

986, 

996, 

188, 

610 

90 

V K. 

191 
191, 
887, 

A 



xv 

Wella, 102, 191, 324. 479, 
491, C. 
Handover, . . 247. 878 
Westlndiea. • . 474 
Weaterley, ... 417 
Western Hall, X . 118 
Westminster, 60, My 112. 

116. 136. 834. *2» t 

Westmoreland, . . 128 

WcstweU, .... 441 

Wetenhurste, . . 600 

Wethersfleld, 9, 94, 97, 

111, 112, 166. 171, 216, 

277, 816, 389, 407, F. 

Weymouth, 10, 14,33,48, 

97, 128, 188, 166, 171, 

182. 197, 209, 228, 233, 

247, 259, 262, 271, 272, 

292, 295, 303, 360, 358, 

369, 380, 472, 496, 611, 

512 

Wherwell, ... 26 

Whlckamln, . . . 489 

White Chapel, . . ' Go 

Wilton E. 

Whitchurch, . . 400 
White Hill, The . 166 
Whittlebury, . . 298 
Wickford, . 157, 228 
Widford, . . 163, 864 
Widgctborpe, . . 377 
Willoughby, . . . 491 
Wiltshire 24 

Wlnchmore Mill, . 248 
Windham, 286,317 

Windsor, 37,80, 117, 188. 
142, 144. 148.^53,165. 
172, 184. 186, 187, 196 
20". 221. 234, 240, 244, 
247. M6, 301, 304, 3o7, 
818, SM, 846, 846, 869, 
986, 388, 4o7, 426, 439, 

"•""■ '■'.;-. MM 

S} n '«. rt »ng. '. .' 

". lnv ick, . 22. 90S, 47.7 

"' barn, Woobnrn, 190, 

4im; 

Wocklngham, . . 909 
Woohnrrow, . . |gg 
W Ibrldge, 86, 199, 967, 

900 
Woodbull, ... 7| 

Wolverlianipton, . 8M 

Wolvcrstone, |fg 

Vforceatar, . . . m 

Word |gj 

Womiingfeld. . . II,-, 

Wormlngtrorst, . . r>-, 

Wort \\ ,11. . . . | 7; , 

WottOH III Stone. . 207 
Wr. nt liain. 14,64,178,867 

Wp ntoiii, . . 4,-;| 

Wrigbtlngton, . 486 
Yarmouth 1 aaaalan Qreal 

Van itln. 1S3. |;i2. 

:I77, 4.-.H, 463' 

V.*. 1 '"- 168 

Veldha" !»'•'• Mueh Veld 

ham 
Vnrk, f 21.372,1) 

Yorkshire, bi £ 



1 



\ 



"GENTLE" pioneers of 

j ° -MASSACHUSETTS. 

Residents to whom the titH^SnwTtt, Jfyuii-e, Gentleman, Armiger or 
_^fy were applied in legal docuineWe-r by trustworthy writers in the Pioneer 
Period, and those whose fathers in England were so designated officially. 

Probably there were many others of whom the writer has not found evidence. 






Allen, Edward. 
Thomas, 
Appleton, Samuel, 
Atwood, John, 
Barnes, John, 
Beesbeccb, Thomas, 
Bcllingham, Richard, 
William, 
4'..-:tv \Viiii :il . 
Bo wen, Griftl 
Howman. Nathaniel, 
Bradstrcet, Simon, 
Brampton, William, 
Brenton, William, 
Bright, Thomas, 
Brown, John, 

William, 
William, 
.^Browning, Malachi, 
BhUcrey.Ftter, 
Chester, Leonard, 
Child, Kobert, 
Coddlngton, William, 
Jllain. 

Collins, KdvV* 
Combe, John. 
Cook, George, < 

teph, 
Samuel, 
Cod worth Jam 
Curtis, Henry, 
Catting, John, 
Darby, John, 

Richard, 
Pay, Wentworth, 
Doughty, Francla. 
Dow, Frai 
Downing, Emanuel, 
Dndlcy, Thom 
Pummcr, Kiahartl, 
Stephen, 
Thomas; 
Eaton, Nathaniel, 
Bpps, Daniel, 



Eaunc. John. 
Falconer, Edmond, 
Ecnwick, George, 
Fogg, Ralph, 
Eordhani, Robert. 
Eowle. Thomas, 
Freeman, Samuel, 
Gardiner, Christopher, 
Gerrish, William, 
tilover, John, 
Graves, T*homa* 
Greenlcaf, Stephen, 
Haines, John, 
Hall, Samuel, 
Harlakendcn, Richard, 

Roger, 
Harrison, John, 
Hatherley, Timotliy, 
Hedge, William, 
Hlbbens, William, 
Holman, John, 
Hopkins, Stephen, 
Hough, Atherton, 
Howell. Edward, 
Hull, Edmund. 
Humphrey, John, 
Jackson, Edward, 
Jeffrey William, 
Johnson, ArbtiMa. 
Frani 
Isaac, 
Kcayne, Mrs. Benjamin. 

King. Daniel, 
Leader. Richard, 

Lechford. Thomas. 

Ludlow, George, 
jcr, 

Makepeace. Thomas, 

Mansfield, John, 

Maylicw, y Shew, Thomas. 

Stlclu-i ■ ■*°\want, 



MootfyTDcborah. 
Morton, Thomas, 



Nelson, Thomas, 
Newberry, Thomas, 
Oddingsell. Thomas, 
Offley, David, 
l'aine, Mo< 
Patten, Nathaniel, 
Pelham, Herbert, 
Perkins. William, 
Plaistow, Jozias, 
Poole, Elizabeth, 

William, 
Potter, Vincent, 
Prcnee, Thomas, 
Purchase, Oliver, 
Thomas, 

Pynchon, William, 
Rawson, Edward, 
Robinson, Thomas, 
Rossiter, Bray, 
Saltonstall, Richard, 
Sewall, Henry, 
Shove, George, 
Simpkins, Nlclu 
Smith, John, 
Smiling. William. 
Spencer, John. 
Strange, George. 
Stratton, John, 
SyroondV, San 
Thornklkr John, 
Throckmorton, George, 
John. 

Under* ■ Thomas, 
Vane, II 
Vassal, William 
Walker, Richard. 
Whiting, Samuel, 

Elizabeth (St. John) 

Whlttlngton, John. 
Wilson John, 

Elizabeth, (Mansfield) 

WlnW)rop John. 
WolleiKston, Edward. 





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